Evergreen's Art Galleries Showcase Variety of Art in October

October 4, 2005

Combination: Artworks by Morgan Peck, Suzanne E. Reed, and Kensuke Yamada

Gallery II, through October 28

Mixed-media sculpture, photo-montage and sculptural ceramics are a few of the mediums on display in Evergreen's Gallery II through October 28. Artworks by recent Evergreen graduates Morgan Peck and Kensuke Yamada as well as current student Suzanne E. Reed. Come see Morgan Peck's photo-montage work, Kensuke Yamada's work with hand-built ceramic forms using multiple glazes, firings, textures and shapes or Suzanne Reed's paper, steel and found object sculptures.

Gail Tremblay, Iókste Akweriá:ne / It Is Heavy on My Heart
Gallery IV, October 3-20

Gallery IV will feature Evergreen faculty member Gail Tremblay's Iókste Akweriá:ne / It Is Heavy on My Heart - a multimedia presentation addressing the effects of nuclear pollution and testing on reservations. Tremblay says "This installation is meant to educate about these issues and give voice to indigenous people who are struggling for environmental justice." A reception for Tremblay is scheduled for Thursday, October 20 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Gallery IV.

Gallery IV is located on the fourth floor of the Library Building. Gallery II is located on the second floor of the building inside the library. For further information, contact Ann Friedman at (360) 867-5125, or friedma@evergreen.edu. Admission to the galleries is free and open to the public.